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e913ce18fc You should be able to see this same leading tone chord - tonic relationship no matter what key you're in. If you can think of any good ones I missed feel free to comment below. Click to hear All I'm doing there is moving in minor 3rd intervals (up or down the fretboard) whenever I use a diminished seventh chord. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Follow samblakelock NYC Jazz Guitar Blog Chose Your Chord Top 10 Easy Jazz Chords Top 5 Colorful Chords Chord Progressions Major Minor Dominant Diminished & m7b5 About Me Welcome to Pickupjazz, it is great to see you here! My name is Sam Blakelock, I'm a Kiwi jazz guitarist living in NYC, read more about me here.Download Your Free eBook Now Popular Lessons Easy Bossa Nova Guitar VIDEO: Blues Jazz Chords #1 Jazz Guitar Chord Chart Top 5 Chord Progressions Top 10 Easy Jazz Chords VIDEO: Autumn Leaves About Contact Credits Copyright 2016 Sam Blakelock Website Designed & Built by Sam Blakelock. Enter Your Email & Click Subscribe Share your thoughts. X . First, just make clear in your mind these distinctions as each one has a different sound and function which we'll look at shortly. Please support this site.
Here's what we get (click to hear). If we were playing in the key of C, some examples of the above technique would be as follows. Key / Tonic Chord Lead tone chord Examples C minor Bdim7 F / Bdim7 / Cm C#minor Cdim7 F# / Cdim7 / C#m Dminor C#dim7 G/ C#dim7 / Dm Half diminished iii chord In major key progressions, the iii chord (naturally minor) is sometimes replaced with a half diminished iii. If you are new to learning chords, be sure to read these helpful links before using the chord charts.Beginners guide to playing chordsHow to read chord chartsLearn how to build chordsBeginner guitar chords List of chords The list of chord types in all 12 keys used in the charts are as follows: Major, minor, 6, 7 (dominant), 9, minor 6, minor 7, Major 7, diminished (dim), Half diminished (m7b5 poster only), augmented (aug) Suspended 4th (sus4), minor 9 (in PDF version only). 1 > minor 3rd > b3 > minor 3rd > b5 > minor 3rd > bb7 > minor 3rd > 1 This gives the chord what is known in music as symmetry. In other words, there is equal spacing between each note of a dim7 chord. You can use the Locrian Mode with these scales. It means we can apply a pretty cool trick when playing the chord in a progression. So Cdim7 would move to Ebdim7.